I agree, Clark... there is lots of incredibly dry air in the western GOM, and 93L seems to have gotten the punch squeezed out of it rather severely this afternoon.
That's what I was thinking. There was a time today when I was more than a little concerned about 93L's intentions. I really believed it was heading up the west coast of Florida as an intensifying system, so I was quite relieved when I saw the dry air get going from the north and push into the back of 93L and edge it off towards the east.
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